Are you looking for non-intrusive ways to relieve stress, confusion, and stiffness in your presentations? Is this pattern negatively affecting the way your listeners connect with you and your message? If so, here a some sure-fired techniques to reset you voice, body, and mind to speak with enthusiasm, clarity, and calmness.
I have personally seen the transformation while coaching my clients to overcome this detachment to their audience by releasing the very tools that you alreaady carry within you to appeal to your listeners.
#1. Key Tool is to apply the best breathing method for speakers, trainers, professionals, and leaders. This is diaphragmatic breathing which allows you to take in more air and manage your speech before, during, and long-after your presentation. It will immediately calm your anxiety to sail you through any proposal, sales pitch, job interview, staff meeting, fundraising appeals, or leadership inspiration. Yes, your breath is always with you so why not utilize its support and manipulative qualities to relax, pause, and energize yourself.
Practise your content in different ways to by emphasizing specific words, pausing appropriately, and gesturing in alignment to give your most passionate meaning. Your thoughts will lead your direction to feel emotional as if you are in the moment, like an actor does to convey believability. Your vocal pitch and tone will rise and fall to fit your emotional input.
The steps to breathtaking speeches are the ones that you manage and build from your core breathing method to empower your vocal skill to align with your body and mind partners.
Read more of my client’s different stories on how they were able to reset their speech alignment to better presentations by simply fixing vocal power needs, in my latest book “Breathe…Just Steps to Breathtaking Speeches.” The book provides specific guidance for fixing annoying tones, achieving clear articulation, having fuller resonance, and more energy to produce presentations with a dramatic engaging edge.
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Brenda C. Smith